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Daniel P. Huttenlocher, dean
Deborah Estrin, associate dean
Doug Stayman, associate dean
Ron Brachman, director, Jacobs Institute
Adam Shwartz, director, Jacobs Institute
Greg Pass, chief entrepreneurial officer
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Cornell Tech’s temporary campus has been up and running at Google’s Chelsea building in New York City since 2012, with a growing world-class faculty, master’s and PhD students, and postdocs who work with tech-oriented organizations and companies and on their own startups.
Construction is underway on Cornell Tech’s permanent, sustainable 12-acre campus on Roosevelt Island, with a first phase due to open in 2017. When fully completed, the campus will include 2 million square feet of state-of-the-art buildings, over 2 acres of open space, and will be home to more than 2,000 graduate students and nearly 280 faculty and staff.